cervical range of motion


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cervical range of motion

n. alcance del movimiento cervical.
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15,17 The present study was performed to evaluate the intra-rater and inter-rater reliability of the UG for active cervical range of motion (ACROM) measurements on normal healthy subjects.
Mentosternal contractures may limit the mouth opening and cervical range of motion.
Cervical range of motion measurements showed reduced range of motion of the neck compared to within normal limits measurements (Table 1); however, all subjects had a range of motion that included a neutral flexion/ extension angle.
9 kg, respectively), (2) nasal speech, short neck, low posterior hairline, severe limitation of all cervical range of motion, mild face asymmetry, rhinoscoliosis, high nasal bridge, inclined septi nasi, thin upper lip (Figure 1a, b), thoracic kyphoscoliosis, and lumbar scoliosis (Figure 1c, d).
We measured the effect of schoolbag on the cervical spine posture in static stance and after walking using the cervical range of motion (CROM Deluxe, Performance Attainment Associates, Roseville, Minnesota, USA).
We hypothesized that the inclusion of an H-pattern visual test or cervical range of motion with fixed gaze will not change the amount of errors scored during the M-BESS procedure in a normal healthy population.
A cross-sectional study of the prevalence of neck pain, decreased cervical range of motion and head repositioning accuracy in forwards and backs in rugby union.
Gonzalez-Iglesias et al (2009) also investigated the use of KT in altering cervical range of motion.
Active and passive cervical range of motion was globally limited with pain whereas resisted cervical spine range of motion was unremarkable and graded 5/5.
For example, the measurement of cervical range of motion is one of the more frequently cited methods of evaluating response to treatment for infants with CMT (Corradi-Scalise et al, 2006).
Intertester reliability of the cervical range of motion device.